"In Memory of Greed" is a wonderful thriller that shines a light on the consequences of corruption and greed in both the government and corporate realms. A creative writing professor once told me every author should strive for a main character that is "the perfect combination of loveable and flawed." Al Boudreau managed to blend the two impeccably in Murhkin Mocado. While at times you want to hate this character's actions, you can't help but see the heart of gold hiding beneath the surface. I found myself rooting for him throughout the book. From the very first page, I was intrigued by how the story would play out. Full of action, there was never a dull point in the story. I found myself loosing track of time while reading this book, staying up until early morning without realizing it. Mocado unwilling gets sucked into a world of murder and mayhem in the name of money and power. He quickly realizes he is being used, but has no way of getting out of the situation. Boudreau weaved the different elements of the story together nicely, showing how they all worked together in the end. He paints a vivid description of Ireland and Kenya, allowing me to picture places I have never visited with ease. This is a must-read for thriller fans everywhere!